§ 62. Mr. Biggs-Davison
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what states are giving military and financial or other aid to movements subversive of the South Arabian Federation; and what representations have been made at the United Nations or otherwise on this matter.
§ Mr. Padley
The State principally concerned is the United Arab Republic and representations have been made to the Government of that country both in London and in Cairo on a number of occasions. Whenever the question has been under discussion at the United Nations the British representative has called upon the instigators of subversion in South Arabia to give up their destruc-12W tive activities and to allow those with the real interests of the country at heart to work together to establish a truly independent South Arabia.